Fraud Section Enforcement Related to the CARES Act

Mar. 26, 2021 DOJ Press Release

The Fraud Section leads investigations and prosecutions of fraud, false statements, and money laundering related to the CARES Act passed by Congress in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Working alongside law enforcement partners and U.S. Attorneys’ Offices, the Fraud Section has charged over a hundred defendants with fraud connected to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL). These efforts have helped to protect the integrity of Small Business Administration programs and deter wrongdoing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please note:  This page will be updated as content becomes available.


Remarks:

March 26, 2021 Statement from Acting AAG Nick McQuaid

Acting Assistant Attorney General Brian Rabbitt Delivers Remarks at the PPP Criminal Fraud Enforcement Action Press Conference

Graphics and Images:

PPP Press Conference Boards 2

Court Documents (Cases Publicly Charged up to Mar. 26, 2021)

Please note the court documents below have all been unsealed.

District of Arizona

Central District of California

District of Colorado

District of Columbia

Southern District of Florida

Northern District of Georgia

District of Hawaii

Northern District of Illinois

Middle District of Louisiana

District of Massachusetts

Eastern District of Michigan

District of Minnesota

District of Montana

District of Nevada

District of New Jersey

Western District of New York

Eastern District of North Carolina

Middle District of North Carolina

Western District of North Carolina

Northern District of Ohio

Northern District of Oklahoma

District of South Carolina

Eastern District of Texas

Northern District of Texas

Southern District of Texas

Western District of Washington

Eastern District of Wisconsin

Updated May 27, 2021

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